I'm using Acrobat DC.
Locate and review the "pdf_open_parameters" document as it may provide something helpful. The last "revision" of this document was "9"; however, the core content in "9", "8.1" or "7" is the same.
This all seems very complicated. In most cases you'd just create a Go To View link in EXACTLY the same way you would create a link inside a single document, and the job is done. The trick is to realise that you can switch documents before clicking Set Link.
A bookmark will not help you at all. Bookmarks are not a kind of target. You can link to a named destination in another file, which has advantages, but I'm not sure how you can do that in Acrobat.
To streamline work, have both documents open side by side. If using tabs, drag a tab out of the window to separate it.
Linking to a Named Destination in another file using Acrobat is easy. You use the Link tool just like you do when you want to link to a specific point on the page, but then you open the Destinations panel in the target file and double-click the NamedDest you want to link to.
The resulting link will look something like this:
I tried both methods, try67's method works when both documents are on my computer, but when I drop the documents in Visual Studios then try it from the test website, the link doesn't work anymore in Chrome, IE or Firefox.
Using this method the link semi-works from the test website: it brings me to the top of Document B instead of bringing me to the middle of the document, which is the same problem I had in the first place.
Is there anything else I can try, or do you know what might be the problem?
Typo in my response above, I do not have a space in the word Article9.